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Decode the News

By M. E. Zurn, PhD

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Breaking down this week's major news stories on a critical level, and giving you cutting edge sociological tools to better help you critically consume the media.

Customer Reviews

Wish it was more often

I appreciate the change up between Jamie's updates and Zee's scholarly deep dives. Both hosts are well-educated and well-spoken. My only critique is that this will likely not be heard (literally and/or figuratively) by people of less-liberal dispositions. I would guess the primary audience is people who already agree with the hosts' views and simply want to be more informed . . . which is not a wholly bad thing, just unfortunate that this show exists at a time of such deep division and therefore contributes to it unintentionally.

What’s left to say about Fake News?

It’s amazing that in 2018 there is anything left to say about it- but Fake news is still with us and, if it’s even possible, less understood than ever. This Jan. Episode is one of the best discussions I’ve encountered to date- a must listen!

Really like this

I think its a great show. It looks like NPR's new podcast, Embedded is following Decode the News' example. I think that's great. I do wish this podcast put out more stuff but I know it does take time and time's not free, especially with the work on another great podcast, the British History Podcast.

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